Let’s be honest (sorry, super fans): Lisa Vanderpump gets a completely different edit on Vanderpump Rules than she does on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. On Vanderpump Rules, Lisa is the sweet mentor who has given these “waitresses” golden opportunities that they don’t deserve. On RHOBH, she is constantly called out for being a puppet master.
At this point, I don’t get why Lisa would even bother with the bull shit on Real Housewives of Beverly Hills when she can just pop in sporadically on Vanderpump Rules. That role just seems way easier to me. Anyway, it has to be so weird knowing Lisa as a cast member on one show and watching her on the other. Recently, Vanderpump Rules stars Stassi Schroeder and Lala Kent weighed in on the Lucy Lucy Apple Juice saga.
I don’t understand why anyone would want to hook up with Tristan Thompson at this point. He’s a bench warmer with a propensity for cheating on his girlfriends during the third trimester of their pregnancy. He’s not exactly boyfriend material.
And then there’s Jordyn Woods. Why would anyone ever give up life as Kylie Jenner’s best friend just to go to an after party at Tristan’s house? She should have just went to Kylie’s pool house home and ordered pizza instead. Poor Khloe Kardashian. Poor baby True. No matter what actually happened between the two of them, it can’t be worth the exclusion from the Kardashian/Jenner inner circle.
Even the abs were gone. Instead of drugs and alcohol, The Situation turned to pasta and funfetti cake for comfort. He truly seemed like a kinder, gentler soul. Nevertheless, he did the crime and now he’s doing the time. And it’s not like he’s the only reality star with tax issues. Teresa Giudice, Joe Giudice, and Abby Lee Miller have served jail time for similar offenses. But, apparently, he’s having a great time behind bars. Or at least he is according to Snooki.
We can’t cover every news story ourselves. Fortunately, there are a lot of great sources for reality TV news and gossip. Check out this links from some of our favorite sites in the April 4, 2019 edition of Thursday Afternoon Tea.
Even though the show is called Dance Moms, it has always been and will always be about the dance instructor, Abby Lee Miller. She is the real star of the show. Sure, she’s training the young dancers to become stars in their own right, but she’s the reason the show is worth watching. Whether you love her or love to hate her.
She can be extremely entertaining and unbelievably frustrating with her antics. You never know what you’ll get with Abby. And that’s why that last season of Dance Moms didn’t really count. It was nice to see the longtime dancers try to make it on their own, but the show just wasn’t as good. It really fell flat. Some of the moms argued here and there, of course. It just was not on the same level as the seasons with Abby.
Everything has its price, doesn’t it? Even though reality TV brings (a least a moderate level of) fame and money, it’s not worth it to everyone. Sure, it’s all fun and games when people with hair extensions lie about using promote hair vitamins. At this point, there’s nothing at all original about selling a monthly subscription box on Instagram.
Basically, there’s a bunch of debatably profitable/fulfilling perks aside from getting a cast member’ s salary. However, Bristol Palin does not seem to care. She’s done with Teen Mom OG.